Author: Em Carpenter
Ketchup? Mr. Yann is the “no soup for you” guy of the hot dog world. “NO KETCHUP. NO RELISH. NO CHEESE. DON’T ASK.”
Ordinary Times’ own Managing Editor Andrew Donaldson appeared on Consumer Choice Radio to talk politics, culture, West Virginia & more
Croswell appealed his convictions and requested a new trial, and was represented by Jefferson foe Alexander Hamilton, pro bono
“Fighting words” are distinct from “speech that incites violence,” though both are limited but recognized exceptions to First Amendment protection.
Read and discuss these legal links and stories to distract you from the fact that Em didn’t write up a Case of the Week
You’ve heard “Play stupid games, win stupid prizes” but do you know the federal court precedent for it? Leonard v. Pepsico in our Case of the Week.
So much legal news going on than even Wednesday Writs can handle, so here are links to the stories from across the legal interwebs
If the federal government has its way, according to arguments before SCOTUS, lying on a dating website profile will be a federal crime.
Not long after my cooking lesson with grandma, I tried it on my own…but the real test would be what my dad had to say about it.
Two election-related cases: Pennsylvania Democratic Party v. Boockvar & Democratic National Committee, et al v. Wisconsin State Legislature.
The Supreme Court finds freedom of speech can be a defense to an otherwise valid claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED)